A sequestered paradise in Jervis Bay|| New South Wales Travelogue

If you happen to be around Jervis bay, please make sure to do yourself a favour by popping along Murrays beach! This is by far, my most favourite beach in Jervis bay because it’s not oversaturated with tourists. It is accessed through Booderee National park and is a 3-hour drive from Sydney. Before you can get in, you would need to pay 11aud for a 48-hr pass through a toll gate.

From the gate, you would pass by these tall trees until you reach the large car park at the farthest point of Jervis Bay road. Just follow the road signs so you won’t lose your way towards Murrays beach.

From the car park, you would see this sign.

Before you can hit the beach, be one with the nature while enjoying a short winding walk through this bush track. It is roughly around 5-7 minutes walk.

At the end of the trail, this paradise awaits you.

Squeaky sand, clear turquoise waters, calm waves and a breathtaking sight!

I would highly recommend this piece of heaven! I definitely can’t wait to go back!

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